This course examines the art and science of negotiation. This course develops important leadership skills by combining lectures with practice, using exercises where students engage with various case studies in order to put negotiation skills into practice. Over the progression of this course, students will participate in exercises and study associated readings, exploring the basic theoretical models of bargaining, handling conflict, mediation, and consensus building. In particular, a biblical view of conflict and conflict resolution will be introduced, reflected on, and applied throughout the course.

The humanities module is designed as an introduction to the arts, primarily literature, music, and the visual arts, including film. The textbooks and examples are chosen to combine theory and experiences in such a way as to increase your understanding and enjoyment of the arts. We hope you will begin to see the connections that exist among the arts and with popular culture as well as your everyday life.


This course also offers an approach to viewing and critiquing the popular arts from a distinctly Christian perspective. This is done by assessing how an artist sees the world, discerning whether the artwork contains truthful observations or demonstrations that are consistent with Biblical teaching, and by considering the aesthetic value of an artwork.

In this module, students will learn about employee relations, labor relations, workplace safety, and global human resources and will conclude by discussing how human resources is being leveraged to help organizations achieve performance excellence. Special attention has been placed on the role of conflict and how the HR manager can properly handle conflict in various organizational settings.

This course examines the art and science of negotiation. This course develops important leadership skills by combining lectures with practice, using exercises where students engage with various case studies in order to put negotiation skills into practice. Over the progression of this course, students will participate in exercises and study associated readings, exploring the basic theoretical models of bargaining, handling conflict, mediation, and consensus building. In particular, a biblical view of conflict and conflict resolution will be introduced, reflected on, and applied throughout the course.

Adult students in this course will explore both the theological foundations of evangelism as well as explore various methods for doing evangelism, with a view toward becoming both more articulate in sharing their own faith and becoming better equipped to give leadership to an evangelistic effort in their own communities.

In this module, students will learn about employee relations, labor relations, workplace safety, and global human resources and will conclude by discussing how human resources is being leveraged to help organizations achieve performance excellence. Special attention has been placed on the role of conflict and how the HR manager can properly handle conflict in various organizational settings.

The humanities module is designed as an introduction to the arts, primarily literature, music, and the visual arts, including film. The textbooks and examples are chosen to combine theory and experiences in such a way as to increase your understanding and enjoyment of the arts. We hope you will begin to see the connections that exist among the arts and with popular culture as well as your everyday life. This course also offers an approach to viewing and critiquing the popular arts from a distinctly Christian perspective. This is done by assessing how an artist sees the world, discerning whether the artwork contains truthful observations or demonstrations that are consistent with Biblical teaching, and by considering the aesthetic value of an artwork.

The humanities module is designed as an introduction to the arts, primarily literature, music, and the visual arts, including film. The textbooks and examples are chosen to combine theory and experiences in such a way as to increase your understanding and enjoyment of the arts. We hope you will begin to see the connections that exist among the arts and with popular culture as well as your everyday life.

This course also offers an approach to viewing and critiquing the popular arts from a distinctly Christian perspective. This is done by assessing how an artist sees the world, discerning whether the artwork contains truthful observations or demonstrations that are consistent with Biblical teaching, and by considering the aesthetic value of an artwork.